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Malibu Family Wines

32111 Mulholland Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265-2423
+1 818-865-0605
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Private Tour: Malibu Wine Tasting from Los Angeles
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Private Tour: Malibu Wine Tasting for Two by Limousine from Los Angeles
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Experience wine as a Malibu Local. Malibu Wines tasting room is the cozy and chic destination favored by surf and sand loving oenophiles. Nestled high above the fabled coastline that has enchanted the famous and the fabulous throughout its storied history, Malibu Wines invites you to choose from a selection of wines harvested and produced from this legendary terroir. Ocean air, luscious sky, impeccable grapes, classic soil – each sip is a memory produced with love and affection from the locals. Viva Malibu!We proudly feature fine wine from Malibu Family Wines, proud producers of Semler and Saddlerock Wines. Malibu Family Wines is best known for integrating new-world technology with old-world artistry. The vineyards are located in the ideal environment for growing premium wine grapes – high altitude separated from the coastline, pristine weather conditions, rocky soil. Hand picked and harvested the same day, the vines are typically harvested in late September or early October. Wines are aged in a combination of French and American Oak. The final result is a perfectly designed blend of fruit, tannins, and structure, complex and drinkable. You will love the drive to our tasting room. Situated just minutes from the Pacific Coast Highway off of Mullholland Highway, Malibu Wines is located about 25 miles north of Santa Monica. Visitors are welcome to taste wines from 11 AM to 6 PM, Wednesday – Sunday. Please call us for seasonal hours.
  • Excellent53%
  • Very good31%
  • Average9%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible5%
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“wine tasting” (18 reviews)
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32111 Mulholland Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265-2423
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+1 818-865-0605
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Had a great time listening to good live music, enjoying the beautiful weather, the picnic we brought and the wine we bought at the winery. The only thing I'm not pleased with is the parking. You can't park on the grounds on the weekend, you...More

Thank Maryhelen E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The safari is nice but I made a big mistake in joining the wine club. They promote events at the winery and perks if you join, but I did not get a single email from them. Then when I followed up re the big event...More

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Reviewed 2 May 2017

Horrible place, Melissa was absolutely totally rude throughout the time we spent there for a birthday party. Please avoid at all costs.

Thank DomPerignon100
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Bad experience. The wine isn't good but worse yet, the Malibu Winesemployees are rude and unwelcoming. I recommend the Rosenthal Winery in Malibu instead of Malibu Wines.

Thank socialmediagirl69
Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

This place is a fun party place. You need a reservation if not it's hard to get a table and they have a maximum capacity as well. The wines are ok but it's just fun and you can bring your own food. They have a...More

Thank Tanya S
Reviewed 14 February 2017

We went for their "Sips & Giggles" event that they have the first weekend of every month and it was great!! The had 3 great comedians and we enjoyed some good wine. The atmosphere was great! Beautiful grounds and the trees with white lights, along...More

Thank Mark C
Reviewed 16 November 2016

This is not the place for people who are even semi- serious about wine! One would go here more for the ambiance and the notion of sitting outdoors with a purchased bottle of wine. The options for tastings are available but the idea of waiting...More

Thank carmelina
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Visited the winery for a wedding. The grounds are amazing. The giraffe even posed for wedding pics. If you come on your own, make sure to bring food. They do not serve food if you are not there for a catered event.

Thank kellysp2016
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Hubby scheduled a beautiful day at Malibu Wines for our one-year wedding anniversary (Monday, September 12th). With the beautiful landscape, ambiance & weather, this would have been an exceptional experience--sans the tasting staff--I couldn't be less impressed. The first woman that greeted us was pleasant...More

Thank BMWBrandi
Reviewed 13 September 2016

The place is great, and choice of wines good enough for the gentlemen like myself and friends. We enjoyed the process a lot, and selected a few grapes we'd like to have in our cellar. However, the place is so good, that there are times,...More

Thank IhorKostiv
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Leilaluisa
I'm planning a trip to Malibu next month and want to include a late lunch at Malibu Winery (after Getty Village and Anderson house.) Any tips on where to buy food for a pic-nic, preferably healthy & on the gourmet side. Thanks!
10 January 2015|
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Response from jellybeanlucy | Reviewed this property |
hi there, for a picnic i would get gourmet sandwiches at John's Garden in The Malibu Country Mart at Cross Creek. You might find some other food there but choices are limited in Malibu. What i prefer doing is bringing some... More
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